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Jan. 30, 1962
w. J. COYLE
3,019,008
WIRE SHOCK MOUNT
Filed Nov. 16, 1960
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Inveni'or .'
iiz‘z'am J. Coyles
United States Patent
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3,019,008
Patented Jan. 30, 1962
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mounting plate from that of said support portions 36,
said free extremities 28 being bent back toward said
mounting plate 14 until a portion of said free extremities
William J. Coyle, Waltham, Mass, assignor to United
23 abut against said mounting plate. The legs 26 can‘
Carr Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass, a cor
now be spread apart and its support portion 36 passed
poration of Delaware
between said ?ange portion 32 and said companion ?ange‘
Filed Nov. 16, 1960, Ser. No. 69,598
portion 34 whereby a portion of said core element is
3 Claims. (Cl. 267-1)
sandwiched between said support portions 36 as shown
in FIG. 2. The other damping spring 12 is engaged in
This invention relates to shock mounts and more spe
ci-?ca-lly to shock mounts utilizing wire damper springs. 10 a similar manner at approximately right angles to the
?rst damping spring 12 whereby a portion of its support
An object of the invention is to provide new, simple,
portions 36 overlies and abuts a similar part of the other.
inexpensive and improved damper springs.
Said columnar member 10 is now suspended on the
A further object of this invention is to provide general
damping springs on a plane in spaced relation to the
ly cliJ-shaped damper springs with freely moveable terminal
plane of said mounting plate 14 and over the area circum
en s.
scribed by said inner wall 16 as shown in FIG. 3.
1Other objects of the invention will, in part, be obvious,
An axial force, such as a vibration or shock, directed
and will, in part, appear hereinafter.
in a line parallel to the axis of said columnar member
In the drawings:
would cause either the ?ange portion 32 or the com
FIG. 1 is a top plan view of the mount;
panion ?ange portion 34 to bear against the support por
FIG. 2 is a bottom plan view of the mount;
3,019,008
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WIRE SHOCK MOUNT
tions 36.
FIG. 3 is a section taken on the line 3-3 of FIG. 1;
FIG. 4 is a bottom plan view of the mount under an
If the force was moving in a direction from
the ?ange portion 32 toward the companion ?ange por
tion 34, the support portions 36 would first move with
the force bending the legs close to the points where the
Referring to the drawing, there is shown a shock mount 25 bends forming the support portions 36 were made, as
shown at FIG. 5, at the same time the ‘free extremities
comprising a columnar member 10, a pair of clamping
28 and the bight portions 24 would tend to move away
springs 12 and a mounting plate 14, said mounting plate
from the axis of the mounting aperture 18, which move
14 having an inner wall 16 de?ning a circular mounting
ment would cause a frictional sliding engagement between
aperture 18. Portions of said mounting plate 14 having
axial force; and
FIG. 5 is a section taken on line 5—5 of FIG. 4.
a series of paired holding walls 20 de?ning comparatively 30 said free extremities 28 and said mounting plate 14 and
between said bight portions and said connecting elements
small diameter circular apertures which are located at
because of the fact that the dimensions of the spring
said portions around the circumference nearly adjacent
portions to the apertures in the plate are such as to per
mit a predetermined movement. The resiliency of the
said inner wall 16, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, and said
pairs of holding walls 20 are connected at one point by a
connecting element 22.
35 legs 26 and the frictional forces heretofore mentioned,
Each of said damping springs 12 are formed of a re
silient material such as wire, and comprises a generally
would tend to absorb and damp the potentially damaging
vibrations or shocks to which the mount was subject.
Since certain other obvious modi?cations may be made
in this device without departing from the scope of the
28. Said columnar member 10 comprises a tubular core 40 invention, it is intended that all matter contained herein
be interpreted in an illustrative and not in a limiting
element 30, a ?ange portion 32 in integral substantially
right angle relationship with said core element 30 and a
sense.
companion ?ange portion 34 in substantially right angle
I claim:
1. A shock mount comprising a mounting plate, a
relationship with said core element 30 and in spaced
parallel relationship with said ?ange portion 32 as shown 45 relatively movable supporting member and a plurality of
wire damping springs, each of said damping springs com
in FIGS. 3 and 5. Both said ?ange portion 32 and said
prising a U-shaped body having free terminal ends and a
companion ?ange portion 34 may be of a circular con
bight portion, said terminal ends and said bight portion
?guration and may have apertures formed therein or
moveably engaging said mounting plate, said supporting
means for holding the object to be protected.
The columnar member 10, damping springs 12 and 50 member having means engaging an intermediate portion
of said damping springs.
mounting plate 14 are combined to form the mount by
2. The shock mount of claim 1 wherein said supporting
passing each of the legs 26 of one of said mounting springs
member lies on a plane in spaced parallel relationship
12 between one of said pairs of holding walls 20 until
with the plane of said mounting plate.
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said bight portion abuts said connecting element 22 lying
between the concerned holding walls 20, said legs 26 55 3. A shock mount comprising a mounting plate, a rela
tively movable supporting member and a wire damping
on the opposite side of said mounting plate 14 from said
spring, said damping spring comprising a U-shaped body
bight portion are bent at an angle to form support por
having free terminal ends and a bight portion, said ter
tions 36 which lie on a planein spaced relation to the
minal ends and said bight portion movably engaging said
plane of said mounting plate 14 over the area circum
scribed by said inner wall 16 while remaining in spaced 60 mounting plate, said supporting member having means
U-shaped bight portion 24 connecting, in integral spaced
relationship, a pair of legs 26 having tree extremities
relation to each other. The legs 26 are bent again at a
predetermined point toward said mounting plate 14 and
said free extremities 28 are each passed between one of
said holding walls 20 opposite to the original pair of
holding walls 20. In this position said free extremities
28 lie a predetermined distance beyond the plane of
said mounting plate 14 on the opposite side of said
engaging an intermediate portion of said damping spring.
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
UNITED STATES PATENTS
2,096,205
2,71 6,01 1
Smith _______________ __ Oct. 19, 1937
Steimen ____ ""9..." Aug. 23, 1955
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